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Katie Goldhahn
Head Coach

Coach Katie GoldhahnHead coach Katie Goldhahn was a member of the Stanford women's volleyball team from 2002-2006 where she won a national championship in 2004, was runner-up in 2002, and captained her team in 2005. She also received Pac-10 All-Academic Women's Honorable Mention in 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2005.

Katie served as an assistant coach for San Jose State University where she also taught in the kinesiology department and she coached numerous prestigious club volleyball programs in the Bay Area. Most recently, Katie co-founded a new club program, Pacific Coast Volleyball Club in her hometown of Lodi, California. Katie has achieved great success coaching at the club level taking multiple teams to the USAVB Junior National Championships and AAU Championships. She has also coached and taught at Modesto Christian and Excel Academy and the San Joaquin County Office of Education.

"I am humbled to be given this opportunity to work at CSM amongst such talented administration, staff, and coaches. Being able to build a program is a rarity, I'm thrilled to begin. I look forward to connecting with my Bay Area volleyball friends, mentors and fellow coaches, and am committed to finding the best talent in the area to be a part of this special program at CSM. My philosophy is simple: create a hard-working, prideful program by developing young women on the court, in the classroom, and beyond. My student-athletes will leave the Bulldog program knowing the values they learn here will also equip them for life after college."
Jillian Lontayao
Assistant Coach

Jillian LontayaoJillian competed competitively in volleyball and softball in her youth and high school years. She played for various volleyball clubs throughout the Sacramento area earning Open Division bids to the Girl’s Jr. National Championships.  Being offered scholarships in both sports, Jillian ultimately decided to accept a Full-Ride Softball Scholarship to Division I Sacramento State University where she was a 2nd team All-American & All Conference Player.  Jillian graduated from Sacramento State with her Bachelors degree in Telecommunications and Multimedia and a minor in Marketing. Following graduation she was hired as the Assistant Director of Marketing and Community Relations Director at Sacramento State in the Athletics Department. 

In 2004, she enrolled at University of San Francisco to pursue a Masters Degree in Sports Management. During, her master’s degree she was hired at the Northern California Volleyball Association (NCVA) in 2005 as the Executive Assistant/Office Manager and League/Tournament Coordinator. Jillian has widespread knowledge of running big qualifiers, league tournaments and day-to-day operations at the NCVA. She was with the organization for 5+ years before deciding she wanted to return to coaching. Jillian graduated with her Masters Degree in 2007.

In 2010, Jillian was hired as the Program/Operations Director at The Foundry Sports Facility and also coaches for the club teams that run out of the facility. She has coached for 4 years with Encore and Monsoon Volleyball Clubs. She also has help run both clubs during her time at The Foundry. She will be continuing with The Foundry and Encore/Monsoon Volleyball Clubs for their fifth season.

Last season, Jillian and her husband Anthony coached together and their Encore 15 Navy team qualified for the Girls Jr. National Championships by earning an American Bid.  In there previous year, their Encore 14 Navy team qualified for Girls Jr. National Championships by winning a bid at a National Qualifier. The Encore 14 Navy team placed in the top 6 in their division at GJNC. 

Jillian has been through numerous sports experiences and has a passion to ensure that each athlete she coaches, that wants to get to the next level, will. Jillian is looking forward to beginning her college-coaching career alongside of Head Coach Katie Goldhahn and building a successful program at CSM.
Aimee Rose
Second Assistant Coach

Aimee Rose
Aimee played volleyball all four years of high school and was awarded MVP each year either as a libero or setter.  She was also selected to be part of the WAC All Conference Team 2 years in a row.

Aimee began playing club ball at a young age. She played with Rage Volleyball, Impact and Sunset Volleyball Clubs.  Aimee also has experience playing for USA Volleyball High Performance programs and NCVA’s Global High Performance Team.

After high school and club, Aimee signed to play volleyball at Notre Dame de Namur (a Division II PacWest Conference School in Belmont).  She was sidelined on and off with a shoulder injury but still made the PacWest Athlete Scholar List. Aimee then transferred to Grand Canyon University where she will complete her bachelors in the spring of 2015.

Aimee has been coaching volleyball on and off for the past 5 years. Her coaching experience has been guided under the mentorship of many great coaches including Coach Goldhahn. Aimee was assistant coach for Club Volleyball 12U and 14U Power teams that finished in the Gold Divisions.  She also assisted with a CYO team for 2 years.  She has trained and coached at many club and high school clinics and camps for Rage Volleyball, Pacific Coast Volleyball and Central Catholic High school. 

Aimee’s experience, skill set and success as both a libero and setter will be a great asset to the CSM program. She has been trained by Coach Goldhahn for majority of her volleyball career and credits her for most of her success. “Katie has been one of the biggest influences in my love of volleyball and I am very excited to be back in the area in a coaching capacity and more importantly to be a part of a program that Katie is leading. I am confident that my intercollegiate experience and training will be an asset to the team and look forward to assisting Katie and CSM in building a successful program.”